The bridge at Deception Pass

Our cruise through Deception Pass on the way home from the San Juan Islands was placid enough that I enjoyed the views of the Deception Pass Bridge.

This is one of those lovely, classic bridges, completed in 1935. It was complemented by one of the few brief periods of blue skies that we enjoyed on the trip.

Before it was built travelers used an inter-island ferry to move between the islands that are now connected by this bridge.

4 thoughts on “The bridge at Deception Pass”

  1. Deception Pass – the name sounds rather scary! I’d be careful if I were you. Love the bridge, although I would drive fast to get over it quickly. It’s too high above Mother Earth!

  2. Seen three ways with that wonderful blue sky and puffy clouds. I like those older bridges better than most bland modern bridges.

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